This document provides the information for downloading, installing, compile and run FusionSeq. Please note that these tools were tested on a multi-node cluster of computing nodes with Linux Red Hat as operating system and PBS as scheduler system. FusionSeq programs are written in C and should likely compile to most Unix/Linux platforms. We used the gcc complier (version 3.4.6 20060404) to compile the source code. However, this is not a plug-and-play program, but it requires the user to compile, install and run a set of programs. Please read the requirements before downloading FusionSeq.
IMPORTANT: Starting from version 0.7.0, we adopted a different approach to include the configuration file that allows the users to simply download the binary files for their platform. However, we still provide the source code, which now uses the more standard autoconf/automake tools, thus simplifying the installation of FusionSeq. Please note that at the time of writing (May 7th, 2011), version 0.7.0 is still in alpha. Any feedback will be very much appreciated.
List of required programs and data. Please read this section before downloading FusionSeq.
Links to FusionSeq source code and data sets.
Instructions to install and configure FusionSeq.
An example workflow of FusionSeq.
Description of all the FusionSeq programs.
A few datasets to test FusionSeq installation.
You can see some of the results of FusionSeq as described in the paper. Use the sample IDs reported in Table 1, e.g. 106_T, 1700_D.
Some figures about FusionSeq.
News or scientific papers referring to FusionSeq